Making the most of your land – a practical field day on soil improvement, dealing with weeds and creating sustainable grazing systems

Join Perth NRM and the Shire of Mundaring for this free informative field day in Parkerville with like-minded landholders to dig into local soils, weed management, as well as grazing systems that work.

Belinda Taylor from Hoof Hearted Hoof Care will present on the day and answer your questions about your property. Belinda is an agricultural scientist specialising in pasture management and creating sustainable grazing systems for small properties.


  • Grazing systems for different animals, soil types and conditions (including drought and waterlogged soils)
  • Why, how and when to test your soil and what it can tell you
  • Weed control without using chemicals
  • Improving soil health by understanding the soil microbiome

If you are keen to find out more about how you can improve and regenerate land in the Mundaring region then register your interest via the Trybooking link below.

Please note this event will run in two repeat sessions: Session A (Morning) 8:30am – 11:30am. Session B (Afternoon) 1:00pm – 4:00pm. Please register for one session only.

This project is supported by funding from the WA Government’s State NRM Program.


Date:                   Saturday 9th April 2022. Session A – Morning (8:30am -11:30am), or Session B- Afternoon (1:00pm – 4:00pm). Please register for one session only.

Location:           Parkerville WA. Address will be sent upon registration.

Cost:                   Free. Registrations are essential.

Tickets:             Click here to register

More Info:      For further information about the project or the field day please contact Bonnie Jupp, RegenWA Program Manager, at [email protected]  or Ingrid Sieler, Senior Manager Stakeholder Engagement at [email protected]


Around 60,000 small landholders steward the care of 650,000 hectares in WA. Many of these landholders face serious environmental challenges such as drought, pests, weeds and climate change. But they also have a wonderful opportunity to play an important role in improving the environment for the benefit of future generations. Perth NRM and its partners are committed to assisting landholders in their journey by creating meaningful programs and activities that lead to improving the natural resources in our region.